Let’s look at the probing questions God asked Job, in order to reveal the truth of who God is! Part 7
The ancient philosopher Socrates was known for using insightful questions to arrive at truth. But God was using this method long before Socrates showed up! Our study of the life of Job continues.
Let's examine the parable of the prodigal son, to find insight into our lives today, as we conclude this powerful series.
After a while, church attendance can become routine and predictable, just another obligation in our week. A refreshing conversation about our tendency to get lost in the activities, and miss out on a relationship with God.
Most of us have asked God “why” at some point in our lives. Perhaps you’ve faced a family tragedy, or maybe you’re dealing with a broken relationship. Let’s examine those moments when we cry out to God in sorrow and frustration.
Too often, we build ourselves up by putting other people down. In fact, it’s so common we don’t always realize when we do it!
Obedience to God represents far more than our allegiance to an arbitrary list of dos and don’ts. He wants a personal relationship with us!
There’s nothing quite like hearing a familiar story in a new way. This is the first part of a special presentation of Jesus’ parable of the prodigal son.
What does it mean to become a follower of God? What are the requirements? Following a stringent list of rules? Well, the answer might surprise you.
When someone has hurt us, we’re wary about extending forgiveness too quickly. We put the relationship on hold until we can be certain we’re ready to move ahead. God welcomes all sinners with open arms, no matter how far we’ve strayed.
So often we read a portion of Scripture and fail to see the underlying meaning in the passage. Let's dissect the ancient parable of the prodigal son, and find practical truths relevant to us centuries later.
God loves us, not because of what we do, but in spite of it! Let's talk about the parable of the prodigal son, and discover a perspective you’ve likely never considered.
How could God fully forgive someone who’d spent their entire life doing horrific things? Where’s the justice in that?